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  1. As usual - tks! appreciate the quick turnaround.
  2. is it possible to get just the rubber insert to replace? Driver and passenger sides. 2006 911 C4S Cab. tks
  3. So I think I answered this as looking in this thread title Model Year Car listed, MY 1965-89, the 911, 997-1 is not a classic”? To be considered for Classic Shop Resto. im guessing they go by 911 model not the 997 designation for the 10 years out of production…. “If you have a Porsche that has not been produced in standard production for at least 10 years, you have a Porsche Classic.” Was toying with the idea of having some serious takin’ apart done and I don’t know of any shop in the nola area that I would trust….
  4. yep. that's basically what ive been trying to figure out. and because all I can get is a generac number, I do not know what I should be putting in the generator engine. the 2 dealers I talked to gave me 2 different plugs - that's why I asked. so, maybe in this case the "more is better" thinking, i.e., platinum vs nickel, may be the way to go. All I know is what came out, not what is OEM. Because I have not always done it myself - mostly - not always. I cant find what it came with. But now we get back to the overthinking...... I just wish Generac wouldn't treat it like a national secre
  5. Tks. My mistake - I clearly saw you typed "Block All Cookies". But my brain got and was thinking, "Block pop ups", which I have enabled. I do not have enabled Block All Cookies. So who knows. Maybe you're only suppose to get an informational page and are not given the option to make changes. Its the same for me on Firefox on my Mac laptop too.
  6. Tks Jeff. Part of the issue as mentioned is that generac refuses to give a crossover part no. and what I get from dealers are the 2 above which are different. generac referred me to ordertree.com and even those guys could tell me nothing - but only sell me the part. I guess I could spend the 27.00 bucks and order one to see what I get. I have been told that I do tend to overthink things. I also get a lot, "Ive never been asked that before". And this tends to be a good example of why I guess. I wrench a little but not nearly as much as others. But I am a manual guy and figure the manufact
  7. So maybe the link is suppose to bring you to an informational page only? Recently when I’ve seen links like these due to privacy policy updating, I get a page where you can actually make changes..... Why do you say have all cookies blocked turned off? I’m interested in allowing fewer cookies not more. Tks.
  8. Tks. Doesn’t seem to be much difference - BUT - I’m no expert. Clearly there is a difference between oreily and autozone where I went - they could tell me nothing..... After trying motorcraft and Ford , I was cooked. These are actually for my Generac generator.... Generac sells them for 26 dollars a piece! One service co. said one was an oem crossover while another dealer said the other and Generac refused to give a crossover number understandable, I guess. I don’t know enough about this stuff to know if the tip material nickel vs platinum and the electrode design fine wire vs standard m
  9. I’m on an iPad, safari, iOS 14.4.2. When I get on the site I see the option to adjust cookie settings but when I click the link the page just refreshes and the change cookies page never loads. How do I get it to come up? Thank you. attached is the page and circled I’d what I’m tapping on.....
  10. So im trying to find someone who can tell me or tell me where to look for the difference between these 2 plugs - both Motorcraft - Ford. I cant find a motorcraft number, ford c/s says call the dealer and the dealer doesnt know. Hell, ford c/s actually gave me a number for a tech line and it ended up being there retails number for sales for clothing. Then i got a number for Ford Power Products which actually sells car generators!!! Im surprised anyone knows what the hell is going on over there..... SP-400, AGSF22N AND SP-521, AGSF22F1 Tks much Sorry, not sure what’s up wit
  11. I generally use 2 bucket method - 1 for rinsing and 1 for soap. 14” horse hair brush and garden hose. Soft top coated 1 per year w Porsche fabric soft top care - forget what’s it’s called. Even then I’m careful not to blast too much wasted on the windshield as water always seems to find it’s way to settle in the battery tray..... I’d love to see someone take a car like this through the auto wash - it’d blast a hole in the top w the spray jets. When I drive my truck through one the wipers about get blown off. Pressure washers can be used if careful - but most aren’t and 1 slip will do a l
  12. Yes - definitely. As above - get car checked
  13. Very impressive! Tks for the pdf and posting detailed progress.
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